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February 15
Interested in meeting your neighbors and learning about your community? Come visit us at the first EVER Eagan Community Connections Event on Saturday, March 4 th from noon-4 p.m at the Eagan...
January 23
According the National Resource Defense Council, the average American tosses 25% of the food they buy. Food lost to the landfill also means wasted water to grow the food, wasted fuel to transport...
January 11
Dakota Valley Recycling (DVR) is excited to announce the addition of Lakeville to their multi-city recycling department. Lakeville joined the cities of Apple Valley, Burnsville and Eagan on Jan. 1,...
October 04
Most plastic bags are made with materials that are recyclable, unfortunately this doesn’t mean they can go into your curbside bin. This includes grocery store plastic bags, zip lock bags, newspaper...
July 26
Starting August 1, Dakota County will charge a $10 fee to collect and recycle all types of televisions and computer monitors at The Recycling Zone. Residents will be able to pay with cash, check,...
July 05
Did you know that aluminum foil and trays are 100% recyclable? In fact, they are just as recyclable as aluminum cans! The problem is, not all recycling centers accept foil and trays due to the fact...
June 16
Sport’s events, picnics, walks surrounded by nature: what else is in our parks? Recycling! The parks departments in Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, and Lakeville are rolling out recycling...
January 22
Fix-It Clinics Coming Up in Dakota County Have a broken item at home gathering dust? Come to a fix-it clinic where residents can bring up to 5 small items to be repaired or mended. Bring in small...
November 17
New Recycling Requirement for Businesses Starting January 1, 2016, recycling will be the law for many businesses. Commercial building owners operating or leasing to a retail establishment,...
October 29
You may know to recycle common household materials such as glass, aluminum cans, paper and plastic, but do you know what to do with cartons?
December 27
Once you've cleaned up for the holiday season, there are a number of ways to dispose of live greenery, such as trees, garlands and wreaths.
November 14
Got a question about recycling? Not sure how to dispose of a household item? Need information about yard waste sites, landfills, or The Recycling Zone? If your question isn't covered by the content...

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13713 Frontier Court
Burnsville, MN 55337-3817
Phone: 952-895-4559

Dakota Valley Recycling

DVR is the partnership recycling department for the Cities of Apple Valley, Burnsville , Eagan and Lakeville that connects residents and businesses to recycling, composting and waste disposal information.